Saturday, May 28, 2011

To the Zionists who want to believe that Egyptian uprising has no foreign policy concerns

"Egypt is also planning to exchange ambassadors with Iran, another source of Israeli worry that a post-Mubarak Egypt will be far less amenable to its interests. What is causing concern in Israel is, in fact, as much what the opening portends about Egypt’s new direction — and what next steps it might take toward Gaza — as the act itself.  As the deputy defense minister, Matan Vilnai, said on Israel Radio, the expected opening of the Gaza-Egypt border “is the first stage in a difficult situation that Israel will be facing.”"